The NHL continues to roll out a new data transmission format called microwave data.
While the NHL has a history of using microwave for some of its broadcast data, the NHL is now taking the format a step further.
This month, the league released an “update” on its website with more information about the new technology.
Microwave transmissions are much less bandwidth-intensive than traditional digital transmissions.
A microwave antenna can be placed on the top of a building, for example, to boost the reception speed.
The team is not yet saying when the new format will be available.
The NHL also said that all NHL players will soon be able to play the microwave version of their games using a new puck-handling system that will be implemented in the near future.
In addition to puck-checking, the new puck technology will allow players to get their own hands on the puck by pressing the puck-carrying stick into the air.
The new system is said to have been developed by the National Hockey League’s technology team and will be in place during the next two seasons.
NHL officials have said that the new system will improve puck handling, as well as prevent puck interference, which is an issue in the NHL’s puck-chasing and puck-holding games.
The puck-keeping system has been a topic of debate among hockey fans in the past, with fans arguing that it does not help to stop players from grabbing the puck.
The idea that the NHL should not be able use the puck as a weapon was one that was raised several times during the 2016-17 season, and the league’s fans have expressed frustration at the NHL officials who have been quick to dismiss such concerns.
The league is expected to announce a decision on puck-dispersal systems during the 2018-19 season, but the league is not saying when that decision will be made.
The goal of the puck handling system is to prevent puck-tampering and the use of the stick in a dangerous manner, according to the NHL.
The decision to change the puck handling system comes at a time when the NHL faces a number of other major issues.
The number of injuries sustained by its players has risen significantly over the past few seasons.
Last season, NHL players sustained more than 1,200 injuries, and that number jumped to nearly 2,000 in the 2017-18 season.
The average age of players on the roster in 2017-2018 was 27.2 years old, a number that is up from 22.7 in the 2016 season.
Additionally, the average NHL player is now playing in a league that is expected at least twice as long as it was a year ago.